A miniature overgrown greenhouse is the idea behind this rustic centerpiece. Perfect for fall, you can tailor to your specific event by using different sized twigs, or even dowels for a more finished look.
STEP ONE - SUPPLIES
For one greenhouse, you'll need the following:
Hot glue gun
Paint in a color of your choice
Five (5) 10" lengths of twig (or dowel)
Four (4) 8" lengths of twig
Eight (8) 5" lengths of twig
Pots, any variety (jiffy pots were used here)
Plants, any variety
Glue two sets of rectangles using the 10” and 8” lengths
Create the "walls" by adding four of the 5" lengths to connect the two rectangles
Attach the remaining 5" lengths with the last 10" lengths to create the "roof"
Fill pots with inexpensive plants from the nursery to create the greenery inside the houses. (Fun tip from Emma: instead of decorative plants, consider using herbs that complement your meal. Guests may help themselves throughout the dinner party.)
Assemble the final pieces with the mini pot plants inside and you're done!